Asus ZenPad C 7.0 review: Decent tablets don’t come cheaper than this


At £79.99 the Asus ZenPad C 7.0 is one of the cheapest named-brand tablets you can buy. £20 cheaper than the Hudl 2, the ZenPad matches the Amazon Fire HD 6’s price, but with a larger screen and full Google Play support. Does that make it a good buy? We find out in our Asus ZenPad C 7.0 (Z170Creview. 

The Asus ZenPad C 7.0 has several highlights. It has an attractive, highly portable design, available in black, white, red or ‘Aurora Metallic’, with a stylish chrome-effect trim and grippy textured rear. At this price the ZenPad has a generous amount of storage, which can be expanded via the microSD slot hidden behind a flap on the tablet’s back. And the Asus has a 7in IPS display that, despite its sub-HD resolution and limited brightness, packs in several technologies that help to improve the experience.

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